Shopmobility - A guide for Visitors with Mobility Impairments
This booklet is a comprehensive access guide to the shops and businesses in the town centre. It is designed to help people with mobility issues plan their shopping or leisure trip around the services available in each of the premises.
Sutton Shopmobility is a local charity which provides manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and electric scooters to individuals who have difficulty walking or who are disabled.
The service also provides an assisted shopping service and an extended loan service.
They are open Tuesday to Saturday from 9.00am - 5.00pm.
There is an annual joining fee of £10, and a daily user fee of £3
For more information please call: 020 8770 0691
Or look at the Sutton Shopmobility Website on: www.suttonshopmobility.org.uk
Sutton Centre for Independent Living and Learning's Disability Information
SCILL's Disability Information is a free and confidential service to everyone living or working in the Borough and can help with anything to so with disability or community care. Information is provided for all ages and disabilities and is sourced through a database of local and national information. If you would like to find out about accessible holidays, aids and equipment, transport, funding, hobbies and leisure or employment and housing, call 020 8770 4065, 020 8770 4065 or email information @scill.org.uk
Sutton High Street Access Guide
About this Guide
The guide is a result of an Access Survey undertaken by the SCILL Access Group. It is designed to help people with mobility issues plan their shopping or leisure trip around the services available in each of the premises.
The key services in the venue are accessible to a person who can independently power their wheelchair. There will be level access leading to the entrance door and most internal level changes can be accessed by easy ramps and/or standard or platform lifts. All venues should have sensor/push pad operated automatic doors.
Wheelchair User with Assistance
The key services in the venue are accessible to a wheelchair user. However assistance may be required to overcome for example, heavy manual doors.
Mobility Impaired Walker
The entrance to the building has no more than three medium steps. If there is more than one step a handrail is provided.
Key services available to all with visual impairments.
A seat is available on the premises for customers. If not readily available it can be requested.
There are accessible toilets on the premises.
A sound enhancement system is available at certain locations within the premises.